Abbreviated as RVIA Recreation Vehicle Industry Association is the face and the voice of the recreation vehicle or RV manufacturers as well as suppliers who deal with their component parts. The history of this national trade association can be traced back to 1963 when the nonprofit organization American Institute of Travel Trailer and Camper Manufacturers or AITTCM was incorporated. In the year 1968 this organization came to be known as the Recreational Vehicle Institute and finally in 1974 this organization adopted its present name. The aim of this organization which is led by its President Mr. Richard Coon is to unify force for the protection and professionalism in the RV sector. For the wellbeing of its members this company which is headquartered at Reston Virginia USA functions with state and federal government agencies. California RV Show is an event that is organized by RVIA.
2 Barney Harris Reviewed California RV Show on 07 Oct 2019 Automotive Teacher at Azusa Unified
Online registration was very confusion. When we arrived, the temperature was over ninety degrees and we had to stand in line another thirty to forty minutes to purchase tickets. Where was the water?! The food trucks had lines that were way too long. The vendor map was nicely done but it was useless, so we just walked up and down the rows hoping to find the RV we were looking for. Some of the vendors seemed like they were bored or just didn't want to be there. Technology was lacking from registration, parking and vendor presentation. We felt like we were at an outdoor swap meet. My wife and I are anticipating spending over a 100k on a RV. This alone deserves a first class reception. Hope this helps.
Always love this show. I think the only thing I would of wanted to see more of was booths in the tent. More specifically insurance and finance options. We will be buying a Tiffin bus this year and as usual the team at Tiffin was great and very knowledgeable.Great show nonetheless!
That the new location is nice. The amount of useful vendors is way down. I come to the show every year. Even have baught an RV. I came this year looking for certain vendors and all bit one where missing
Please put up street signs inside the event that match the street sign on the hand out map at every major intersection so it is easier to navigate. Secondly, have another exit open on the far end for those walking in.